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Friday, January 02, 2009

'Jews must be killed for redemption to occur'

They may be enemies now, but on March 30, 2007, Fatah television broadcast this sermon by Hamas spokesman Dr. Ismail Radwan.

Let's go to the videotape and I'll have a comment afterward.

The fact that the Fatah government would put this kind of video on their official television station, and the continued efforts by Fatah and Hamas to 'reconcile' since Hamas won the 'Palestinian elections' in 2006 ought to tell you all you need to know about the differences between Hamas and Fatah. The differences are tactical only. The goal remains the same: to vitiate the Jewish existence in the Middle East and the State of Israel. Don't let anyone fool you into thinking otherwise.


At 2:20 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - they differ only in who should run the future Judenrein Palestine. For Jews, the differences between the two terrorist groups are immaterial and the fate they would face under them would be identical.

At 3:35 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Sorry, I realize this is a complicated issue, and of course I appreciate that Israel can't simply go ahead and surrender control of, say, parts of the West Bank that are "a stone's throw away" from Tel Aviv. But I must say, it's practically a pleasure to watch Israel NOT get dumped on as much as I expected by "the international community", because people are beginning to understand that Israel is NOT OCCUPYING GAZA. Now I would really be happy if "the second half" also were realized: that Israel really goes all-out and really targets Hamas, human shields or no. I would love to see Israel not have the burden of explaining why some land is occupied, and AT THE SAME TIME an Israel that is not shy about going after its enemies for real (like killing that Hamas leader when he gave the press conference).
Now I'm not saying that ALL the West Bank should be given away. Or the Golan. There are many details. But I'm seeing now THE SAME THING I saw 2 years ago, with the Lebanon war of 2006: when Israel kicks butt, and "occupied territory" is not an issue, I honestly think the criticism of Israel is not nearly that bad.

At 5:15 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

YouTube just removed the video. Hiding the message is not going to change the identity of the messenger.

At 7:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 7:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Until someone gets that video back up somewhere else, here's an alternate site with LOTS of info on that topic.

At 7:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Download it so if they take it off you'll still have it, and maybe can post it somewhere else later.


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